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Desperate Need of RFID in Medical Industry and Betterment of Human being and Society

by Nilesh Padhi and Shashikant Patil With the basic purpose of storing identifying information the RFID devices have been effortlessly adopted by the medical industry. Hospitals are among the first users to combine both active and passive RFID. The basic nature of implementation of the RFID in the hospitals are in the form of IC identification cards for the hospital staffs which can be used ...
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Assessment of Necessity of RFID in Patient Management and Healthcare Sectors

by Chinmaya Vyas and Shashikant Patil Health care in recent years has been an area of research since it is directly associated with people's well-being and health. The various factors affecting this are: The ever increasing aging population The emergence of new types of diseases due to changing environmental conditions Rising costs of healthcare and related services The shortage o...
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George Xiao Takes the Lead on Smart Materials for CRFID

Welcome George Xiao, the representative from IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) Society, and is a CRFID Distinguished Lecturer. In addition, he is the CRFID appointee to the IEEE Smart Materials initiative. Dr. Gaozhi (George) Xiao is an IEEE Fellow and a senior research officer of the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada. Dr. Xiao has been the associate editor of IEEE Trans...
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IEEE Components Packaging Materials Technology Society Joins the Council

We welcome CPMT's society representative, Professor Emmanouil "Manos" Tentzeris, Georgia Tech,and GEDC Associate Director for RFID/Sensors Research. He received the diploma degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (“Magna Cum Laude”) in Greece and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Universi...
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Message from President’s Desk

by Emily Sopensky, President, IEEE Council on RFID Early 2017 brings changes and enhancements to the IEEE Council on RFID. At our first Adcom meeting, the following were appointed to positions in the CRFID: Secretary/Treasurer: Chris Valenta, GaTech Research Institute Vice President, Conferences: Apostolos Georgidias, Assoc. Professor, Heriot-Watt University Vice President, Member...
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From the Editor

by Shashikant Patil, Editor in Chief, CRFID Newsletter It is indeed a pleasure to introduce to you the latest issue of IEEE CRFID Newsletter publishing past activities and events of the Council on the auspicious occasion of International Women's Day! IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is very close to my heart and I have volunteered my services for WIE India as well as played a key role in establi...
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From the Desk of Editor-in-Chief

Dear Members, Warmest Greetings of International Women’s Day. It is indeed a pleasure to introduce to you March 2017 issue of IEEE C-RFID Newsletter publishing past activities and events of Council on the auspicious occasion of International Women’s Day! IEEE WIE is very close to my heart and I have volunteered my services for WIE India as well as  played key role in establishing WIE affinit...
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2016 IoT Security and Privacy Industry Forum

IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things  12-14 DECEMBER 2016 // RESTON, VA, USA See session info here. Panel Chair: Prof. Dr. Antonio, Skarmeta, co-Chair, IEEE COMSOC IOT & 5G subCommittees, TPC Chair, WF-, University of Murcia, Spain Following expert panelists were invited: Joe Klein, CEO, Disrupt6, Dulles, Virginia, USA Yoshihiro Ohba, Toshiba, Japan Daniel Engels, Prof ...
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Guidance

Preparing for IEEE CRFID Educational Mega-Challenge: SMART CITIES Proposal packages will be rated on how the teams plan and evaluate a solution that incorporates RFID technology and systems. Some aspects of the proposal are required and others will be judged and scored with points. See scoring below. Accredited, degree-program institution (required) Team composition (20 points) Cla...
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IEEE Council on RFID Constitution

Table of Contents  ARTICLE I NAME AND PURPOSE Section 1 Name Section 2 Purpose ARTICLE II FIELD OF INTEREST Section 1 Field of Interest ARTICLE III MEMBERSHIP OF COUNCIL Section 1 Council and Member Societies Section 2 New Member Societies Section 3 Removal of Member Societies Section 4 Officers of Council Administrative Committee (AdCom) Section 5 Voting Members o...
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